Friday, July 11, 2014

Volunteering is a simple way to help others.


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By Dr. Mercola

    Volunteering is a simple way to help others, but it’s
also a powerful way to help yourself.

    Beyond the good feelings you’ll get from donating your
time, and the potential to develop new, meaningful
relationships with people in your community, volunteering has
a significant impact on your physical health, including a
boost to your heart health.

Volunteering Cuts Your Risk of High Blood Pressure by 40

    New research from Carnegie Mellon University, scheduled
to be published in the journal Psychology and Aging, followed
more than 1,000 adults between the ages of 51 and 91.

    Those who volunteered for at least 200 hours a year were
40 percent less likely to develop high blood pressure than
those who did not. The type of volunteer work appeared to be
irrelevant. Rather, it was the amount of time spent doing it
that mattered.

        As people get older, social transitions like
retirement, bereavement and the departure of children from
the home often leave older adults with fewer natural
opportunities for social interaction, lead author Rodlescia
Sneed, Ph.D said.

        Participating in volunteer activities may provide
older adults with social connections that they might not have
otherwise. There is strong evidence that having good social
connections promotes healthy aging and reduces risk for a
number of negative health outcomes.

    Indeed, social interaction, and the stress relief it can
provide, is likely one major reason why volunteering has a
beneficial effect on blood pressure, as it’s a well-known
fact that stress elevates blood pressure.

What Makes Volunteering so Good for Your Health?

    Blood pressure aside, volunteering is not only a boon for
your heart health. Research shows volunteering can cut your
overall mortality risk by 47 percent, may lower your risk of
depression and anxiety, and even boost your psychological

    The benefits are particularly pronounced among older
adults, a population that tends to slow down once retirement
hits. It’s likely that one reason volunteering is so

beneficial is simply because it keeps you active and on your
feet. Instead of resigning yourself to your couch, choosing
to volunteer adds many hours of non-exercise activity to your
life a key to optimal health.

    Sitting for extended periods of time is an independent
risk factor for poor health and premature death. Volunteering
is a simple way to interrupt the sitting and add unlimited
amounts of movement to your days, which some experts, such as
former NASA director Dr. Joan Vernikos, believe is even more
important than regular exercise.

    As mentioned, there’s a definite social aspect as well,
as if you're socially isolated, you may experience poorer
health and a shorter lifespan. Volunteering also gives you a
sense of purpose and can even lead to a so-called helper’s
high, which may occur because doing good releases feel-good
hormones like oxytocin in your body while lowering levels of
stress hormones like cortisol.

    The latter may also explain why volunteering is so good
for your heart health (separate research has even shown that
states with a high volunteer rate have lower rates of
mortality and incidences of heart disease). Researchers

        [Studies] consistently demonstrate that there is a
significant relationship between volunteering and good
health; when individuals volunteer, they not only help their
community but also experience better health in later years,
whether in terms of greater longevity, higher functional
ability, or lower rates of depression.

Worried About High Blood Pressure? Here's What Can Help

    For the good of your community, and the good of your
physical and emotional health, volunteering is an activity
that we should all strive to do. But it obviously shouldn’t
be your only strategy to keep your blood pressure in check.

    Hypertension is best addressed by using a natural
approach, as opposed to a cocktail of typical expensive and
dangerous prescription drugs that may actually backfire on
you. Lifestyle changes, with particular emphasis on
normalizing your insulin levels, will put you on the safest
and most reliable path toward optimal health and blood
pressure levels. This includes:

        Replace most of your carbs, including sugar and
fructose, with non-starchy vegetables and replace the lost
calories with healthy fats like:

Olives and olive oil (for cold dishes)  

Coconuts and coconut oil (for all types of cooking and

Butter made from raw grass-fed organic milk

Raw nuts, such as macadamia nuts
Organic pastured egg yolks    


Pasture-finished meats    

Palm oil (make sure it’s the eco-friendly variety)    

Unheated organic nut oils

Normalize your omega-6:3 ratio. Both omega-3 and omega-6 fats
are essential for your health. Most Americans, however, are
getting too much omega-6 and far too little omega-3 in their
diets. Consuming omega-3 fats is one of the best ways to re-
sensitize your insulin receptors if you suffer from insulin
resistance. Omega-3 fats are also important for strong cell
membranes and good arterial elasticity. The best sources of
omega-3 fats are fish and animal products. Unfortunately,
most fresh fish today contains dangerously high levels of
mercury. Your best bet is to find a safe source of fish, or
if this proves too difficult, supplement with a high-quality
krill oil.

Eliminate caffeine. The connection between caffeine
consumption and high blood pressure is not well understood,
but there is ample evidence to indicate that if you have
hypertension, coffee and other caffeinated drinks and foods
can ex­acerbate your condition.

Consume fermented foods. Disturbances in gut flora appear to
be a significant factor in the development of heart disease,
as well as in many other chronic health problems. The best
way to optimize your gut flora is by including some naturally
fermented foods in your diet, such as sauerkraut and other
fermented vegetables, yogurt, kefir, cheese and natto.

Fermented foods (especially gouda and edam cheeses) are an
important source of vitamin K2, which plays a crucial role in
protecting your heart and brain.

Optimize your vitamin D level. Vitamin D deficiency has been
linked to metabolic syndrome, as well as to high blood
pressure. Vitamin D is a negative inhibitor of your body's
renin-angiotensin system (RAS), which regulates blood
pressure. If you're vitamin-D deficient, it can cause
inappropriate activation of your RAS, which may lead to
hypertension. Ideally, you'll want to get your vitamin D by
safely exposing your skin to the sun, or using a safe tanning
bed. If those are not possible, then consider taking a
vitamin D3 supplement.

Make exercise a priority. A comprehensive exercise regimen
such as my Peak Fitness program is very important in
maintaining a healthy cardiovascular system. Your routine
should incorporate high-intensity interval training and
weight training one to three times a week, as these have been
shown to be even more effective than aerobic exercises at
reducing your risk of dying from a heart attack.

Get Grounded. Lack of grounding, due to widespread use of
rubber or plastic-soled shoes, is likely contributing to
chronic inflammation today. When you walk on the Earth
barefoot, there is a massive transfer of beneficial electrons
rom the Earth into your body. Walking barefoot outside
improves blood viscosity and blood flow, which help regulate
blood pressure. So, do yourself a favor and put your bare
feet upon the sand or dewy grass to harness the healing power
of the Earth.

Thank You Dr. Mercola

 God Bless Everyone & God Bless The United States of America.

Larry Nelson
42 S. Sherwood Dr.
Belton, Tx. 76513

Have a great day...unless you have made other plans.

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Treating Alzheimer's Patients

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     Continued from 7/7/14


In treating Alzheimer's patients, the following are some of the approaches I've found helpful.

1. Eliminate any sources of aluminum exposure: cookware, utensils, foil, underarm deodorants, drinking water,and any juices and drinks packaged in aluminum-lined cartons. Cut out those vitamins as well as bottled waterpackaged in bottles with aluminum across the top.

2. Undergo a brain and body detoxification program, which should include a supervised fast. Now don't attempt to detoxify on your own. You must have holistic physicians or practitioners who are knowledgeable, competent, and experienced in these practices because if you attempt it on your own, you may come up with some upsetting surprises. Raw juice therapy helps flush out the toxins and brings an enzyme to the raw nutrients. Colonic irrigation will help clean out the colon of years of accumulated material and help the body function properly. Drinking distilled water, at least in the beginning or for part of the treatment, is also beneficial, along with the use of herbal non caffeinated teas.

3. Have all of your silver, mercury amalgam dental fillings removed from your teeth. Tom Warren, who wrote Beating Alzheimer's, emphasized the importance of this procedure.

4. Bio-oxidative therapies are very effective in bringing oxygen into the brain to make it able to think. These include oxygen chamber therapy, ozone therapy, and hydrogen peroxide, among others. Also, vitamin E, aerobic exercising, and deep breathing in a relatively pure environment can be helpful. The herb gingko biloba is very beneficial.

5. The antioxidants, which work on the brain, are beneficial: vitamin A, thiamine hydrochloride, riboflavin, niacinamide, pantothenic acid, pyridoxine, B12, folic acid, parameicbenzoic acid, biotin, choline and inositol, vitamin E, vitamin C, vitamin P bioflavinoids (such as quercetin and pignogenol), the sulfur-containing amino acids L-cysteine and L-methionine, and the enzymes such as co-enzyme Q10.

6. EDTA chelation therapy, done intravenously, is very good for removing the heavy toxic metals, which include lead, cadmium, arsenic, nickel, copper, iron, mercury, and aluminum. Despherioximine works well, specifically as an aluminum-chelating agent.

7. Homeopathic remedies will also remove aluminum from the body and the brain. Then you have to take orthomolecular nutritional therapy, intravenously or with intramuscular shots, along with oral supplements of all the nutrients.

8. The clinical ecologists have made a major contribution to treating people with Alzhleimer's disease by recommending that you have a food-rotation diet--in which you eat a variety of foods and no one food more than once or twice a week--thus eliminating the food allergens to which you are generally addicted. You should also eliminate alcohol, caffeine, tobacco, sugar, and foods that are refined, processed, or filled with chemicals and artificial color dyes, and replace them with natural, organically grown wholesome and whole foods.

9. Biomagnetic and electromagnetic pulse therapies are also helpful. Biofeedback, acupuncture, electro-acupuncture, and ear or auricular therapy can also be tried.

10. There are other nutrient substances that help the brain: An Israeli lecithin substance, AL721, which was originally used to give energy and reduce cholesterol in elderly people, and also was used to combat HIV and AIDS, also helps the brain. You might try Dr. Ana Aslan's treatment called Gerovital (GH3) and live cell therapy, which is illegal in America, but there are places outside that use this therapy. Also take super-triple-phosphotidycholine. There are supplement companies that manufacture brain formulas, which are composed of various amino acids, enzymes, vitamins, and minerals. Niacin is helpful because it opens up the blood vessels and brings nutrients, blood, and oxygen to the brain. Mineral baths, consisting of sodium, potassium, and magnesium, which get in through the pores of the skin, are also helpful.

11. Herbal remedies are also helpful: cell salts, Bach flower remedies, and homeopathic remedies.

12. Finally, since the brain of an Alzheimer's patient shrinks, we have to rehydrate it with pure water, daily; it takes about six months to compensate for the shrinkage." Dr Phillip Hodes.

In the case of dementia, my approach is to see whether there are some nutrients that the person may need. Some people have improved quite a bit on a program in which they received injectable B vitamins and magnesium. Some of these elderly people have difficulty absorbing vitamins and minerals simply because of long-term chronic deficiencies, so an injectable program becomes very, very helpful.

One of the first things I do is give them a trial of some vitamins and minerals by injection and often that will be very helpful. In addition, I have been using EDTA chelation therapy because by using disodium EDTA with magnesium, we find that we're able to reverse some of the aging processes by removing calcium from soft tissues, where it doesn't belong, and trying to get it back into the bone, where it does belong. The chelation process, which is an intravenous treatment, will help with soft tissue decalcification, in addition to removing heavy metals.

There is some research relating aluminum toxicity Alzheimer's disease. Dr. Krapper McCloughlin has done some work in Canada, and we have been doing some work recently too, with patients who suffer from dementia, using another chelating agent called Dephoroximine or Desphoral, which is primarily useful in removing iron and aluminum--and not calcium--from the body. Usually, dementia is a one-way street; people tend to get worse and worse. using this chelation process, some patients have at least had their dementia process stopped. Some patients have even improved a little using a combination program of supplements, a good diet, and the removal of some of these heavy metals with chelating agents."---Dr Michael Schachter

Thank You

 God Bless Everyone & God Bless The United States of America.

Larry Nelson
42 S. Sherwood Dr.
Belton, Tx. 76513

Have a great day...unless you have made other plans.

Monday, July 7, 2014


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    This Helps People Fix The Two BIGGEST
    Problems That Most People Have.

Everyone was gratified except Big Pharma. For more
information on dementia, see:

There are higher concentrations of mercury in the autopsied
brains of patients who died of Alzheimer’s than are present
in the autopsied brains of patients who did not have


Drs Markesbery’s and Ehmann’s experiments have shown there
are higher concentrations of mercury in the autopsied brains
of patients who died of Alzheimer’s than are present in the
autopsied brains of patients who did not have Alzheimer’s.
You wouldn’t take a leaky thermometer, put it in your mouth,
and leave it there 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Yet
that’s exactly what happens when an amalgam filling is
installed in your mouth.----Dr Michael Ziff.

The primary cause of Alzheimer’s is "iatrogenic" disease
caused by chronic low level mercurial poisoning from amalgam
dental fillings.---Tom Warren

In 1996 a student doing a thesis on dental amalgam was rung
by the Chief medical Officer of the European Commission (in
reply to her letter). After his expected defense of amalgam
she disagreed with everything he said and stated why there
was a world wide conspiracy about the amalgam issue:

1) Millions of people around the world will rush forward
holding amalgam responsible for many ailments and start to
sue their dentists.

2) Practically every dentist would have to be retrained and
many would collapse.

3) Insurance companies would be wiped out overnight. She said
it just boiled down to money and the avoidance of a financial
catastrophe. There was a complete shocked silence at his end
and he then agreed with her! He said there would be a world
wide catastrophe if the truth be known about amalgam.

Dental mercury amalgams are not stable. They undergo
CORROSION, and dangerous amounts of MERCURY VAPOR
are daily released. That may be inhaled by the lungs and in that
way enter the general blood circulation and pass into the whole
body. However far more dangerous are similarly released
mercurial FUMES, which instead settle down on the mucous
membranes in the upper region of the NASAL CAVITY, from
where the mercury is transported directly to the brain! These
pathways are either by the OLFACTORY NERVES or by the
valve-less cranial VENOUS system that presents an open venous
communication between the oro-nasal cavity and the
brain.Patrick Stortebecker, M.D., Ph.D.

Mercuric compounds are the potential sources of the mercuric
ion that, at the worst, kills all living things, or, at the
very least, causes cellular damage and organ dysfunction.
when ingested in any form Mercury produces destructive
changes in the mucous membrane linings of the
gastrointestinal tract. It enters the blood circulation,
travels to the tissues, and then damages literally every cell
with which it comes into contact. Mercury molecules, no
matter how tiny the amounts that enter the body, cause
destruction, particularly in cells of the kidneys, liver, and
brain.---Cadorph & Walker

Worldwide there are over 4000 research papers indicating
mercury is a highly toxic substance. How can dentists be so
thoughtless as to place one of the deadliest toxins in
existence "two" inches from our brain? Tom Warren

It is sobering to realise that the original "quacks" were
dentists who advocated the use of mercury amalgam and that
most dentists are still advocating it today. Quacksalber is
the old German word for mercury.

"The maximum amount of mercury that the Environment
Protection Agency allows people to be exposed to is 5,000
times smaller than the permissible amount of lead exposure;
in other words the EPA apparently considers mercury to be
5,000 times more toxic than lead.---- Marcia Basciano DDS at
annual meeting of IAOMT san diego 1994.

Dr Haley, Ph.D. has produced tubulin defects in laboratory
cultures of brain tissue by adding low concentration of
mercury plus EDTA, a common food additive. Tubulin defects
are thought to be the mechanism which produces the
neurofibrillary tangles characteristic of Alzheimer’s
Disease.(Quicksilver Associates)

Haley, Vimy and Lorscheider reasoned that because mercury
vapor from amalgam fillings is absorbed into the sinuses and
goes through the blood stream directly to the brain, they
might obtain a stronger result by exposing the rats to
mercury vapor. The team calculated a dose of mercury vapor
that would be the rat equivalent of a humans inhaling the
vapor from fillings. They exposed six rats to these
carefully-measured quantities over a period of 7 days to 24
days. The result was stunning: all six experimental animals
treated with mercury vapor deteriorated markedly.When their
tissues were examined, all six rats had brain aberrancies
like those found in human Azheimers' patients. In Dr Haley’s
words, "The results of this experiment are terrifying. I’m
getting the rest of my mercury fillings taken out right now,
and I’ve asked my wife to have hers replaced too".

The aluminum industry is gathering together all research
documents, marketing promotion documents, and trade
association documents for that near future time when
individual populations worldwide will wake up to the dangers
of its aluminum products. Court actions are inevitable. In
the meantime aluminum company executives are attempting to
win friends for themselves and the industry. For instance,
Edward Truschke, the executive director of the Alzheimer's
Association headquarters in Chicago, in response to our
multiple inquiries, finally admitted that his organization
has received unrestricted grant monies from the Aluminum
Association of Canada (ALCAN) and from the Aluminum Company
of America (ALCOA). He did not acknowledge, but we are aware
anyway, that the international Alzheimer's disease medical
meeting held in July 1992, in Italy, was sponsored in part by
the Aluminum Association of Canada.----Dr Casdorph, M.D. & Dr
Morton Walker

Our Medical Advisory Panel do not consider it appropriate for
the Society to recommend it (chelation) to our members.---
Alzheimer’s Disease Society (UK) Caring for dementia.

We can't put these chelation doctors out of business without
your help.---FDA administrator Dr Stuart Nightingale in a
speech to the AMA House of Delagates, Honolulu, 1984.
Since 1952 the medical profession has had the means to reduce
or reverse the signs and symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease. Dr

Alzheimer’s drugs: Estimates from around £100 per month.
500,000 X 12 X 100= £600 Million (UK), yearly. Times  USA,
plus an army of expensive medical support.

Many medicines contain aluminium. Antacids contain from 44mg
to 400mg per dose. Over the counter buffered aspirin contain
up to 44mg. Over the counter antidiarrheal drugs contain up
to 600mg per tablet. Louis Blank who recovered from
alzheimer’s (disputed of course) was a heavy user of

The first case of MS was diagnosed in Paris 1832, and the
first amalgam was placed in Paris 1832. Hal Huggins, D.D.S.

By the time I finished writing Beating Alzheimer’s three
other persons in our hometown regained their short term
memory following the identical program that reversed my AD.
Adaughter of a 93-year-old woman wrote that her mother
recovered from AD. The daughter used my book as a guide. I am
aware of physicians who use my book to help patients regain
their short term memory. Several years ago, a physician
reversed his own AD and has returned to full time practice.
Two nurses reversed schizophrenia. One nurse told me that he
felt like he had recovered from general anesthesia.
Occasionally someone tells me that I saved his or her life.
They also say years, sometimes ten years, are missing from
their lives.---Tom Warren

When I wrote, Beating Alzheimer’s, I realized that, at the
time, there was not enough evidence nor did I have the
credentials, specifically to write the medical procedures
that reversed my downward spiral of short term memory loss,
exhaustion, cantankerous disposition, depression and the
early signs of dementia. My lack of sophistication about
medical politics and processes led me to assume physicians
would rapidly put an end to AD, not to try to put the very
physicians who know the most about reversing AD and chronic
disease out of business. But that’s what happened. Anyone who
challenges a mind set (paradigm) of the medical establishment
is asking for trouble, especially if the primary cause of AD
is "iatrogenic" disease.

Worldwide, conservatively, more than 20 million people have
iatrogenic diseases caused by one medical specialty:
dentists. The ADA is fighting a rear guard action to keep the
public from learning that dentists, by use of mercury-silver
amalgam fillings for decades, have poisoned more than 85 per
cent of our population. The ADA has covered up its
culpability in the same way breast implant and cigarette
manufacturers deny disease connection to those products.
Potential economic liability to amalgam manufacturers, their
distributors, dentists and the ADA is incalculable. Tom

The ADA owes no legal duty of care to protect the public from
allegedly dangerous products used by dentists..Dissemination
of information relating to the practice of dentistry does not
create a duty of care to protect the public from potential
injury.----ADA lawyers.

In large measure, those martyred by dementia are showing the
results of toxicity from mercury, aluminium, lead, cadmium,
arsenic and other heavy metals. Their neurons have been
poisoned. They are turned into alzheimer’s victims directly
through the efforts of dentists who blindly follow the party
line of their trade union organisation, the ADA. Dr Casdorph,

On February 1, 1992, the German Ministry of Health declared a
ban on silver-mercury fillings. The German announcement
contradict the pervasive and fraudulent pronouncements by the
ADA…these two organisations blatantly lie when they say
silver-amalgam fillings are harmless to patients (said)
merely to protect American dentists from legal assaults by an
angry public. Casdorph.

Three thousand doctors of the Toxicology Society came
together at a medical conference in Seattle, Washington,
several years ago to condemn mercury-silver amalgam
fillings. Their revelations should have made banner front
page headlines all around the world. Just three short stories
appeared in the Press.---Tom Warren

We’ve had numerous people diagnosed with Alzheimer’s who
got better; they just come out of it; they are leading normal
lives today. And then, of course, what the doctors say is
it’s not Alzheimer’s. You run into that Catch-22 all the
time. They say, well, it was probably just a temporary
premature dementia, and they write-off the recovery to
preserve their ignorance.---Dick Shulze, N.D. M.H.

The Alzheimer's type of dementia does respond rather well to
chelation therapy. Fifteen Alzheimer's disease patients, in a
private clinical setting, were tested first, then administered
chelation therapy, and were observed by loved ones to have
returned to normal, or near normal, functioning.

It was a gratifying experience for everyone involved with the
testing and treatment: diagnostitians, clinicians, health
care technicians, the patients, plus their family and
friends. Dr Casdorph, M.D. & Dr Morton Walker

Thank You

                  Continued 7/9/14

 God Bless Everyone & God Bless The United States of America.

Larry Nelson
42 S. Sherwood Dr.
Belton, Tx. 76513

Have a great day...unless you have made other plans.